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 Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 1. Introduction
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 to a number or a machine, being made servants of inhuman
 experiment completely seriously. For example, “A number
 Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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 number of people who understood it. Von Neumann's tremendous
 indefinitely large number of true statements, the most
 odd numbers.”
 ones as representing a number (in the unary number system), it
 is evident that our logical system encompasses the odd numbers
 Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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 manifestation of a created world, the numbers each rule the
 number of evolution, three is the number of what has been
 measure, weight, and number. It is mechanistic and
 so on; the number of people involved increases so rapidly that
 the number at any one ancestral generation exceeds the sum of
 Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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 set of normal, rational, or real numbers as their elementary
 vast numbers of infinitely varied operations on them. The world
 occurred within the realm of the operators on numbers. It was
 practical binary logic, Boole not only explored the number and
 completed the process of emptying out the content from numbers
 and making them into arbitrary signs. The earliest known number
 systems have a high number as their base (the number beyond
 which one begins to use a place system and repeat the number
 Babylonians. Reducing the base reduces the number of
 individually characteristic numbers which have their own
 entities. Although numbers are inherently discrete or digital
 (as opposed to continuous or analog), within a given number
 system, the numbers themselves represent the more analog end,
 numbers, the marching is smooth and regular, but there is a
 sharp break at the highest number, when one changes the form of
 the number's representation, and the final digit leaps from the
 X's on the tape is odd or even in number. The machine starts in
 number of X's (zero of them) on the tape. Otherwise, it
 reports that there are an odd number of X's (one of them) on
 even number of X's.
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